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Looking for 4 channel lights dimmer

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hello

I m looking 4ch (or more) light dimmer for 220v lights with microcontroller.

Where can I found schematics and sorce code

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4 ch lights dimmer

Hi,

Look in the Microchip web site on the X-10 ( in App. Notes ) and also look for AN958.
www.microchip.com

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4 ch lights dimmer

Hi gidimiz,

How is home appliances controlled in X10 home automation system....I mean to say does it uses solid state relay, electromagnetic relay or something else to switch the appliances??

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4 ch lights dimmer

Ah....very nice link!!
 

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Re: 4 ch lights dimmer

Hi,

Jack// ani said:
Ah....very nice link!!

Have a look at the Microchip document
**broken link removed**

There you will see how the X-10 works, and even more.... For example how you can run your MCU without a transformer!

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